METHOD  – a group exhibition at Angels Gate Cultural Center in collaboration with SUPERCOLLIDER 

~ now accepting submissions through July 31st ~

In the dynamic realm of transdisciplinary research, where art collides with science, engineering, architecture, and beyond, METHOD seeks to explore and expand the notion of experimentation. This exhibition invites artists, scientists, engineers, architects, and creatives of all disciplines to submit works that interrogate, redefine, and transcend traditional epistemological and medium-specific boundaries.

METHOD will be guest juried by Kira Xonorika, SciArt Ambassador, SUPERCOLLIDER.

Kira Xonorika is an interdisciplinary artist, author and futurist. Their work explores the connections between sovereignty, technoscience, temporality, world-building and magic. She’s given lectures on her work at multiple universities and conferences across the world, including the University of Cambridge (UK) the Salzburg Global Seminar (Austria) and the World Summit on Arts and Culture (Sweden). She’s exhibited her work internationally and has received awards, fellowships and residencies by Hyundai Artlab, Dreaming Beyond AI, Momus, Eyebeam and Ars Electronica. She’s the creator of the ”Future Memory Lab” South America’s first AI art residency supported by Pro Helvetia.

Call for Entries: Angels Gate Cultural Center (AGCC) and SUPERCOLLIDER are looking for innovative artworks and projects that embody the spirit of experimentation across and beyond conventional frameworks. Whether it’s through bio art, digital media, architectural installations, or mixed media sculptures, show us how you experiment within your field or across disciplines to challenge and redefine the known.

Themes to consider:

  • Integration vs. Collision: How do different fields interact within your work? Is there a seamless
    integration or a provocative collision?
  • Process as Product: In what ways does your work make the process of experimentation visible
    or integral to the artwork itself?
  • Redefining Boundaries: How does your work challenge the traditional boundaries of your
    discipline or between disciplines?

The exhibition will open September 14th and close December 9th, 2024 at the galleries located at Angels Gate Cultural Center. All artists will be invited to the public, free opening reception on Saturday, September 14th from 2pm-5pm and receive one free exhibition catalog.

Individuals may submit up to 3 works. There is no entry fee. Artists may apply for a site-specific work stipend of $300 to create a new work relevant to the location at AGCC.

For additional instructions and details on the exhibition, please read:

METHOD Call for Art Guidelines & Information

Online Submission Form